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... I'm invited to a taco dinner at a local restaurant. So I grab a cab 70 pesos and get to their house. All the amigos and familia are there and a group of 30 walk down to the taco place, with more arriving and leaving all the time. It's a giant help yourself feast. Tati shows up with Nick. After the meal, I try to catch a cab back to the hotel but that's not happening. "Señor! Mas fiesta a la casa". I argue that ...
... my hotel. So far I have found out that they have a cool gym in the airport that will even give you gym clothing so I might check that out and hope my hotel lets me do early check in :S
The challenge with this trip is that I am going to some countries where the weather will be hot and humid and another country (yes Canada I am talking about you) where it will be dam cold. Oh yeah and I want everything that ...
... resident has the right to use
deadly force when confronted by someone who is willing and able to do you
bodily harm. And rightfully so. No one should be intimidated by thugs who are
only out causing trouble. They would think twice if they knew you had a 9mm
tucked in your pocket. That is a different topic all together.
It took us several years to learn about the “real” Florida. The crime, the bad real ...
... s alike. The menu is quite large with lots of variety. Botanas ( snacks) are brought before the meal. The salsa is made right at the table, similar to a caesar salad routine, and wow - with freshly made tortilla chips and that salsa - bottle up this sucker and you've got a President's Choice winner.
Viva Mexico is furnished with equipale tables and chairs in a quaint atmosphere with Mexican touches such as a great wall mural depicting ...
... of course, Noche Buena — Christmas Eve — when one of the most festive dinners of the year is served. A Mexican Christmas dinner is abundant and varied, with foods that range from tamales to turkey and tejocotes, avocados, mandarins, pomegranates and a tiny banana called a Dominica.
For nine days before Christmas, friends and neighbors get together for posadas ...